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Product Details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Robert Rose (January 26, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0778802922
  • ISBN-13: 978-0778802921
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.6 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #981,496 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Camilla V. Saulsbury is a freelance food writer, recipe developer and cooking instructor. She has been featured on the Food Network, in the New York Times, on Today and QVC and has won several top cooking competitions, including the Food Network's $25,000 Ultimate Recipe Showdown (cookies episode). Camilla lives in Nacogdoches, Texas.

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Camilla Saulsbury is a freelance food writer, recipe developer and cooking instructor. Her culinary focus is translating food and flavor trends into fresh, innovative, and delicious recipes for the home kitchen.

Camilla has been involved in the world of food for almost 20 years, including catering specialty desserts in the San Francisco Bay Area, writing cookbooks and freelance food articles, and developing recipes for national food companies. Further, she has won several of the country's top cooking competitions, including the $100,000 National Chicken Cook-Off, the $50,000 Build a Better Burger Contest, the Food Network's $25,000 Ultimate Recipe Showdown (Cookies Episode), and Top Chef Desserts $5000 Viewer Challenge.

Camilla's interest in food is also academic. She holds a Ph.D. in sociology from Indiana University with a specialization in food studies.

Camilla is the author of 20 cookbooks, published by Robert Rose Publishing, Sourcebooks and Turner Publishing and has worked as the brand ambassador for several multinational food companies.

Camilla has a second professional and personal passion: fitness. She has been teaching a wide range of fitness classes for almost two decades, including, but not limited to, pilates, yoga, spinning, kickboxing, strength training and step aerobics. Additionally, she trains for and competes in endurance fitness events. Her fitness philosophy mirrors her cooking philosophy: balanced, practical and simplified.

Camilla has made multiple appearances on the Food Network, has been featured in the New York Times, made appearances on Today, Good Morning America-Health, BetterTV and QVC, and is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP). Her work has appeared in such magazines as Southern Living, Better Homes and Gardens, Cooking Light, Woman's Day, Woman's World, Cosmo Girl, Quick & Simple, Country Woman, Sunset, Cook's Country, and Vegetarian Times.

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The directions are clear and simple.
Rachel H Bright Morones
So far I have made three of her recipes - Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins, Applesauce Raisin Muffins and the Banana Blueberry Muffins and they have been WONDERFUL and tender!
Stacy A. Calhoun
The blueberry muffins from the top 10 vegan muffins at the front have been deemed the best blueberry muffins ever from several friends and family members.
Johanna Piper

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Erica Hunt on April 26, 2012
Format: Paperback
My overall review of the cookbook is a great one. There are a variety of muffins, from yummy transitional muffins like the ones above. They also have a variety of healthier options as well as savory muffins. For anyone who is looking to avoid dairy or who is Vegan this is a great option. I would give it a 4/5. The only reason it would be a four is there is no nutritional information provided with the muffins. This for me is a must in all foods. So if you are a muffin girl like me....go check it out
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By JL4321 on November 22, 2012
Format: Paperback
With all due respect to the author- I wasn't so keen on reading animal ingredients listed in the "Muffin Mastery" section, or the description of the author's "chicken cook-off" and "burger" awards on the back cover. As a vegan cookbook, I found this to be discourteous, and isn't exactly something I want to see when I'm baking, or have around in my cookbook collection. The decision to choose a vegan lifestyle is based in ethics, and in all honesty, I found it disrespectful to these ethics by including these items in a vegan cookbook. I hope with any future vegan bandwagon cookbooks, the author will choose a vegan editor-or at the least run it by a vegan friend.

I'm sure I'll get a lot of negative comments for leaving this review, and that's okay. But this impacted my view of the book, and led me to decide not to purchase it- so wanted to leave an honest review and hopefully the author and editors will take note. (I had checked it out from the library for this review.)

As far as the recipes go, they were good. The gingerbread, blueberry muffins, and rosewater were a few i tried and all very tasty. There's a nice variety with some very unique flavors and combinations. If it weren't for the above statement, my review of the book would have been much higher.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By I. Darren on January 31, 2013
Format: Paperback
It is a sad fact that many vegetarian and vegan recipe books are ignored by the meat-eating majority partially out of ignorance, uncertainty and even fear of the unknown. This is a shame as good little books such as this, featuring 150 vegan muffin recipes, can fall by the wayside.
Here in a fairly plain, matter-of-fact book the reader is given a lot of interesting variations on a muffin theme (what else would you expect in a book of this kind?) that whilst being suitable for those on a vegan diet, still can remain very interesting, tasty and healthy options for all. Initial uncertainty or expectation of some form of `agenda promotion' was unfounded. You are dropped straight into the kitchen with a primer about `muffin mastery' and the knowledge just keeps on flowing.
This truly could be a great book for those who have never cooked a muffin from scratch, without being alienating for those who are a dab hand at it and are just looking for more different recipes. Some of the hints are quite thought-provoking, such that for testing the potency of your baking powder - baking powder is baking powder you might think.... at least before reading this book. Such little nuggets, tucked away at the start of the book, mean that even if you think you can make muffins standing on your head with one hand tied behind your back, it might be worth spending a few minutes checking out the `education' section"
Once you get to the recipes, first the author presents her top 20 favourites and after that they are split into breakfast muffins, coffeehouse muffins, lunch and supper muffins and finally global muffins (!). The book is not picture heavy - there are just a few colour photographs bound in the centre - and whilst pictures are always welcomed this is not a major handicap. Just a small niggle.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By stipendous on March 9, 2013
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Having already made forty of these recipes, I'm well on my way to cooking through the entire collection, which I've decided to attempt this year based on how much fun it's been coming this far. I do a lot of cooking and baking, and this collection of recipes has given more consistently solid results than I've found in most cookbooks. So far there's been one recipe I didn't particularly care for and second one I'd call a non-disastrous flop, but the remaining thirty eight recipes have all been delicious and well worth repeating, with a good handful yielding muffins definitely among the best I've ever had. I love that there are satisfying versions of the classics as well as creative offerings inspired by various global cuisines, yet the ingredients are all relatively cheap and easy to come by, and many recipes can be made entirely of ingredients already on hand in any decently stocked pantry. I think this would make as excellent a gift for a new cook as for a seasoned baker. The great thing about muffins is that they come together and bake up so quickly that even people who are very busy and or lack the confidence that comes with years of experience in the kitchen can find the time to bake up something really delicious and eminently shareable- to send to school in a kid's lunchbox, to bring to a sick friend, share at a potluck, or donate to a local charity bake sale. These recipes easily defy the idea that vegan foods need be spartan or 'less-than' in any way. What you get are just wonderful baked treats everyone will love, regardless of whether they otherwise abstain from eggs and/or dairy or do not. Highly recommended.
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